The government’s budgetary allocation for travel and subsistence for the 2019/2020 fiscal year is set to increase by just over $4 million according to its 2019 Fiscal Strategy Report, which according to Acting Financial Secretary Marlon Johnson is due to travel associated with response to
In the Parliament you have what is known as standing committees.
These committees, also referred to as sessional committees, are considered the pillars of the Parliament which help to develop it into a strong and robust institution for the benefit of those it represents.
Standing committees, which
Former Prime Minister Perry Christie confirmed yesterday that several groups are interested in the purchase of Atlantis, adding that he is representing one of those groups.
Christie told Guardian Business that there is considerable interest in the purchase of the mega resort, which is owned by
As the government prepares to borrow more than half a billion dollars to offset the costs related to Hurricane Dorian, a top banker yesterday cautioned the government to spend wisely.
“It is more important that we spend smartly as opposed to just spending. Spending $ 1
In light of a projected loss in salaries of $51.3 million – according to an Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) report – due to Hurricane Dorian, professionals are being encouraged to step outside of their pre-Dorian careers to fill the needs that have been presented in
Democratic National Alliance (DNA) Leader Arinthia Komolafe contends the government has steered the country into an economic crisis of “epic proportions” given the post-Hurricane Dorian economic state of affairs of the country.
Komolafe said in a press release that she cannot understand how Deputy Prime Minister
In an effort to mitigate the impact of heavy traffic on operations over the Thanksgiving weekend, key stakeholders at Lynden Pindling International Airport (LPIA) have finalized plans to manage high passenger volumes. Starting Wednesday, November 27 through to Monday, December 2, approximately 90,000 travelers will
With unemployment expected to rise in the aftermath of Hurricane Dorian, some Bahamians are expressing frustration with finding work on New Providence.
Johanna Darling, 38, said she moved to New Providence from Grand Bahama a month ago, and has faced challenges with finding stable living accommodations
Flora Sawyer Lowe, 88, did not think she would live to see her birthday on Saturday.
“I can’t explain what this means to me,” Lowe, a survivor of Hurricane Dorian, told The Nassau Guardian during her birthday party.
She added, “I thanked the Lord this morning when I
The government will make an application to lift an injunction banning the demolition of shantytowns by the end of the year, Attorney General Carl Bethel said yesterday.
“It will be filed well before the end of the year,” Bethel told The Nassau Guardian.
“It may not be able to